How to produce more fodder in Ethiopia’s lowlands

Fodder availability is a bottleneck for development of the lowlands of Ethiopia. Fodder scarcity limits the development of the pastoralist economy, increases vulnerability to droughts, enlarges the risk of conflict and affects food security. However, more, and better fodder can be produced through a wide range of approaches. This video explains how fodder availability can be improved through sustainable rangeland management, soil and water management practices and through promoting a value chain around fodder.

This video is produced under the the DREAM learning event – Development of Resilience Empowering Alternative Measures in Arid and Semi-Arid Lowlands of Ethiopia. DREAM is a program operated by the German Corporation for International Cooperation GmbH GIZ and partners on Strengthening Resilience in Arid and Semi-arid Lowlands in Africa. Further information is available here:…‚Äč.

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Dryland Development,Livelihoods from Floods,Uncategorized  
Ethiopia fodder lowlands GIZ  
April 26, 2021  
Ethiopia, Africa 
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